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"mark ramsey" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Then can't you? I'm most happy to learn about stuff. Bouncing off something that's very pop culture oriented and go back to psycho for a minute. I've known about the gain story. But there were a lot of Sort of sidebar stories that I didn't know about and you know what that podcast is done. It's got me to do more research. Do you find when you're hearing from folks that they're now getting into it and doing more their own deep dives and is that kind of fun for people to do. Yeah occasionally people reach out to me. And say hey. Can you tell me more about this particular story? No reference? Something that you know may not be quite true but was in the store because remember because these are again. These are not documentaries. These are movies about the making of movies. That means there's a true. There's a a deeper truth that we're going for here to convey were not looking to recount the facts of what happened in linear form. We're looking to tell a deeper truth. For example in the case of psycho there was a story about this director. Ed this fabulous career by any measure. Alfred Hitchcock who still never had anything happen to him as big as psycho in nineteen sixty and then spent the rest of his career which is about fifteen years now trying to duplicate that success and never ever achieving it not only that but his final film family plot in nineteen seventy five was put out in the shadow of another of another little movie by a very young inexperienced filmmaker named Steven Spielberg in the movie was called Jaws and this was kind of what was in the ether For him In the declining phase of his career at us what he had to deal with. And I think there's an interesting story there. What happens when you spend all your career and you make this incredible against all odds magnificent success and then you have to spend the rest of it trying to duplicate it. How do you deal with that? How do you cope with that? How do you find satisfaction in the midst of that and that's what the series was about compelling and that's the billy freaking story to a certain extent where he has? French connection and exorcists. He's the hottest name in Hollywood for a couple of years. And then to find his way back and He's still around but he's got those memories of the Great Times what happened afterwards. I just love the series. So are you able to Provide us a hint as to what you're looking at next for an inside project. Well that the the series is GonNa take a new farm going forward and It remains to be seen exactly what that form is. But it's something we're working on right now trying to nail it down and a land distribution clarity and as soon as we have that you'll know would still be appearing as our narrator as storyteller. I hope Oh yeah no no no I mean my involvement in it will be the same. The question is what shape is the show? GonNa take and who's going to be putting it out a show of that nature. That is so complex. You said it takes weeks to just write it. It's it's so impressive and I know it sounds like a fan boy here but I just love it and I did lie. I didn't just trip over it. I did a search for movie. Podcasts and yours game that's what I just remembered Seo is working. It's definitely working in. You've got so many other things going on. What's the best way for people to find out more about just you Mark Ramsey? Well got all the shows that Jeff and I worked on together at Mark Ramsey Dot TV You can see all the panels for all the various shows including the one. We did with Ed O'Neill last year from modern family. And we're working on one. Now that's not on the page yet that features David Harbor in Jeffrey Dean Morgan. So all kinds of crazy stuff going on now. Two guys from two Cult favorites right walking designed a stranger things by well more thing broadcast film critics association. Your Bio. You're on the board. And they produce the critics choice movie awards in TV awards. Gut Ask Somebody. Who's in this business what's wrong with the Oscars? And how can we fix them? I don't know I kind of I kind of liked the Oscars this year. The first half hour. I've thought was tremendously strong but remember the first half hour. I'd almost no awards in it. I think we need. Don't we need one person? No not a believer in that. No absolutely not people are just throwing that out there. I mean I will say the critics choice awards as a host. But I don't think the show rises or falls based on that host unless the host brings something specific to the show and remember that over the years these hosts of generally gradually disappeared as the as the show went on through. And here you have in the first half hour of the Oscars you have. Steve Martin You Have Chris Rock and you have Gino Manet doing that. Just amazing opening Song and dance number that I thought was just through the roof. That's a great show. It's too bad you have to give awards during it. Well the ratings keep going down for the last several years I dunno I maybe shorten it up a little bit And Bring Back Bob. Hope it's not going to happen. I know that anyway. I'm just dating myself or Johnny Carson or somebody of that nature dating use. I am I do a lot of that. Been a joy to connect with you sir and I really appreciate the work you have done in the work year. Your sound design people have done on inside movies fantastic. And I can't wait for whatever's coming next so thanks for joining us and God bless Jordan. Thank you so much for having me and thanks for listening to the content and I hope everybody else gives. Listen to if you're a movie nut as I am. Make the deep dive to the inside series inside psycho inside jaws inside star wars and more go to one degree. Dot Com W. O. N. D. R. Y. Dot Com check out Mark Ramsey media dot com for updates and where mark is at ease very busy guy and I really appreciate him stopping by and I appreciate you stopping by and being part of our growing podcast family around the world to reach me. Jordan CHART PRODUCTIONS DOT COM on twitter at Jordan. Wbz and we are of course on facebook at the Jordan rich show till next time. Be well so you can do. Good take care..

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

09:33 min | 5 months ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Series about a certain shower scene. You'll hear mark described the action and fall into character quiet on the set a a warm relaxing soothing shower. Just surrender to it. Washes away the grime of the day. Washes away the sins of the past. At least that's how it used to work before psycho. Janet Lee Famously. Said she never took another shower in her life. After psycho shooting was scheduled for the week of December. Seventeen to the twenty third. Twas the week before Christmas the set was ready. Blinding White Tiles. Brilliant Chrome fixtures. The scene was intricately story boarded. Nothing left to chance. The scene was weeks in the making hitchcock conference with Janet. Janet like you to do the scene in the nude. No how now for the European version. No well that's not quite. How gently remembers it? And no amount of nudity would have passed the censors. So I think Janet is telling the truth when she says it was all suggestion suggestion and a whole lot of flesh tone mole. Skin fabric glued over both of Janet's breasts and as she put it the vital part. Take Ten q the shower action. The water runs and the fabric peels away cuts in Russia's costumer to put in its modesty back together again take twenty cutest shower action more water more peeling more modesty revealed normal skin more glue and so it went for seven days but hitchcock needed coverage no pun intended and for that he needed a gen at least standing someone whose job was to be naked onset all day hitch needed what. He called a nudist. That nudist was Marli Renfro twenty-three-year-old model in Vegas Dancer. Who in September of Nineteen Sixty? The month of cycles release would grace the cover of playboy. Some of the skin in the shower scene is hers to Janet Lees. Great relief a quick cut from inside psycho behind the scenes behind the shower curtain. If you will. Let's find out more with our guest. It's time to go on Mike with Mark Ramsey mark. What a pleasure. I've been a fan Recent fan of your work with one three and these wonderful movie shows but I in reading about you discovered a whole litany of things. I want to talk to you about so. Thanks for joining us. Oh good while. I'm happy to be here. Thanks so much for listening. Well let me start with the movie series because I discovered inside psycho because I'm a huge fan of that film kind of by accident. I tripped over it. And I've been tripping over everything of yours since talk a little bit about the origin of time. If you will the origin story behind these these projects and Maybe you can share a couple of tidbits you learned but just how it all came about while you certainly not a testimonial for the effectiveness of discovery in my case. Sorry I tripped over. A lot of things asked my wife well. I approached the guys at one. Three back in two thousand seventeen with this idea You know three years ago the podcasting space was a little bit different from what it is now is a little bit less dense A few more people trying to figure things out In fewer people knowing what they were going to do so I had this notion. I thought that there was kind of an under underwhelming volume of kind of Compelling storytelling that wasn't of a of a A documentary form. There's tons of documentary stuff in the space and I think even now there's tons of documentary stuff and at that point people were still Kind of grappling with serial meant and trying to mimic it and find other ways of doing it and I thought well that's all good but that's all very kind of traditional public radio journalist storytelling. What about something? That's more cinematic and what could be more cinematic than a podcast about cinema so I was interested in this among several other stories. of Kind of the people behind the making of some of the movies. We love best and I thought well. Wouldn't it be great to do a movie about the making of a movie and that's really how we interpreted anybody who comes to this Expecting you know Interviews with filmmakers stars interviews with. There's none of that in this. That's not the intention at all. Recently we did inside Star Wars. No we didn't talk to mark Hamill. No we didn't talk to George. Lucas wasn't the point. The point was to tell a to make a movie about the making of a movie and the people who made it so that was really the intention from the beginning and so we walked in with that goal. Well you achieved it and I'll tell you what I love about it. The fact that Marc Ramsay are storyteller becomes characters in each story. Must be so much fun for you to be playing George Lucas and other characters and just narrating through that yet say it's an interesting approach. It's not It's there's no phony voices There are no Imitations we don't do. I don't do Hitchcock. I don't really do Lucas. It's really an intention to kind of emulate the way we tell the story to a child When you read a story book to a Child You not imitating all the characters but you're kind of portraying those characters and that's what we tried to do and we try to add in some kind of clever audio magic to give voices distance from each other but still retain this whole notion that this is a story told by one person and representing these various characters so there were re-creations. There were some seen playing and role playing and so on but in each case it was clear that you know it was all me the help of an amazingly talented sound designer. I must compliment you and maybe you can give him credit here. Just brilliant use of sound. You guys obviously not using the original music from these various movies and so forth because a licensing but coming up with very close facsimiles and sound effects. I. It's very much a throwback to the Golden Age Radio in my estimation well yes Jeff Schmidt is the amazing sound designer that I've worked with from the very beginning on on this and he is just Beyond compare and Somehow he managed to create shows about films with a an iconic scores psycho jaws star wars and in all cases not hughes the actual source material. Reasons that you indicate and yet it still hangs together and still work. So it's a real credit to him and his ability to kind of capture the essence of these stories without infringing on anyone's Proprietary rights along the way as a producer myself a writer for for many years. I appreciate the fact that it's done. In serial format many parts and key to bringing an audience back with you is to keep them on their toes and to give them some reason. A look ahead at. It's so old school and yet it works. Did talk a little bit about the writing of these projects. And how long it takes to do a series of six episodes. Let's say on psycho well psycho as the first than we did I inside the exorcist. We did inside jaws and last year. We did inside the Star Wars. Each one takes Weeks of Research Primary research going to books going to other sources online and elsewhere in some cases original interviews. I did an interview for psycho with a guy who had been a friend of Tony Perkins and he was one of the voice. Inspirations for Norman Bates his mother and in fact his voice was used as one of the voices that was that was melted into Norman. Bates's mother for the movie so It's a combination of those things and That process take several weeks than the writing itself. Take several weeks and then the recording take several weeks by the time? It's done six months now. I'm deep dive guy in in film. I've done a lot of radio and done a lot of SP special programs all about movies but some of the stuff you dig up it. Certainly not just the typical Google stuff in fact the exorcist really was the one that got me because you start out with the story of the quote unquote real experience. That Peter Blatty wrote about this right. Yeah in most of these series but not all of them. We tried to go to the source material to say. What was the inspiration for the film? What was the true life story that you generated the interest in the to the reason to do the film in the first place in the case of psycho that was kind of the notorious story of serial murderer at gained and jaws.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

Inside The Exorcist

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

"The following may contain mature content from wondering I'm Mark Ramsey and this is is inside Star Wars Heart seven the final Chapter Nineteen ninety-six San Francisco Sir Alec Guinness Is Eighty Eighty two. He's one of the LIVING LEGENDS OF FILM IN THEATER UP Mr Guinness he had been playing Shakespeare since the nineteen thirties he had starred in Lawrence of Arabia. He had won an Oscar for the bridge on the River Kwai. Excuse me Mr Guinness but to contemporary audiences.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Jaws

Inside Jaws

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Jaws

"The following may contain mature content from wondering I'm Mark Ramsey and this is is inside Star Wars Heart seven the final Chapter Nineteen ninety-six San Francisco Sir Alec Guinness Is Eighty Eighty two. He's one of the LIVING LEGENDS OF FILM AND THEATRE UP Mr Guinness he had been playing Shakespeare since the nineteen thirties he had starred in Lawrence of Arabia. He had won an Oscar for the bridge on the River Kwai. Excuse me Mr Guinness but to contemporary audiences.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Star Wars

Inside Star Wars

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Star Wars

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Jaws

Inside Jaws

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Jaws

"From wondering. I'm Mark Ramsey. And this is people like us part one. Nineteen Ninety-six Zambia Africa Connie Medina came from a family of seven girls. She was the sixth being around girls being around children was second nature tour. It was what life was four in Zambia. So many families had someone sick dying or dead of HIV aids. The disease had not touched Connie not until now Connie had three children in nineteen Ninety-six. She had lost them all to aids. There can be no greater grief than that of a mother who loses her children, her innocence who diligently yet helplessly tends to them as they suffer and die. Your next her friends told her you need to be tested for HIV. But Connie was afraid afraid of what the test would reveal. This was before lifesaving medications for HIV. This was a time when a positive test meant you go home in wait to die. But now her husband was sick too. I'm not doing that test unless you do it with me he said, and so she went she was tested, and she was HIV positive. She was put on treatment. But but how to pay for it? It was so expensive. It was a choice between food and rent in life saving drugs. One day. She was in a market and saw people running to a stranger a foreigner. Come come the woman. Call people gathered around her she had an amazing story to tell that story would change Connie's life forever..

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Jaws

Inside Jaws

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Jaws

"From wondering. I'm Mark Ramsey. And this is people like us part one. Nineteen Ninety-six Zambia Africa Connie Medina came from a family of seven girls. She was the sixth being around girls being around children was second nature tour. It was what life was four in Zambia. So many families had someone sick dying or dead of HIV aids. The disease had not touched Connie not until now Connie had three children in nineteen Ninety-six. She had lost them all to aids. There can be no greater grief than that of a mother who loses her children, her innocence who diligently yet helplessly tends to them as they suffer and die. Your next her friends told her you need to be tested for HIV. But Connie was afraid afraid of what the test would reveal. This was before lifesaving medications for HIV. This was a time when a positive test meant you go home in wait to die. But now her husband was sick too. I'm not doing that test unless you do it with me he said, and so she went she was tested, and she was HIV positive. She was put on treatment. But but how to pay for it? It was so expensive. It was a choice between food and rent in life saving drugs. One day. She was in a market and saw people running to a stranger a foreigner. Come come the woman. Call people gathered around her she had an amazing story to tell that story would change Connie's life forever..

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Psycho

Inside Psycho

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside Psycho

"From wondering. I'm Mark Ramsey. And this is people like us part one. Nineteen Ninety-six Zambia Africa Connie Medina came from a family of seven girls. She was the sixth being around girls being around children was second nature tour. It was what life was four in Zambia. So many families had someone sick dying or dead of HIV aids. The disease had not touched Connie not until now Connie had three children in by nineteen Ninety-six. She had lost them all to aids. There can be no greater grief than that of a mother who loses her children, her innocence who diligently yet helplessly tends to them as they suffer and die. Your next her friends told her you need to be tested for HIV. But Connie was afraid afraid of what the test would reveal. This was before lifesaving medications for HIV. This was a time when a positive test meant you go home in wait to die. But now her husband was sick too. I'm not doing that test unless you do it with me he said, and so she went she was tested, and she was HIV positive. She was put on treatment. But but how to pay for it? It was so expensive. It was a choice between food and rent in life saving drugs. One day. She was in a market and saw people running to a stranger a foreigner. Calm calm. The woman. Call people gathered around her she had an amazing story to tell that story would change Connie's life forever..

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

Inside The Exorcist

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

"From wondering. I'm Mark Ramsey. And this is people like us part one. Nineteen Ninety-six Zambia Africa Connie Medina came from a family of seven girls. She was the sixth being around girls being around children was second nature tour. It was what life was four in Zambia. So many families had someone sick dying or dead of HIV aids. The disease had not touched Connie not until now Connie had three children in by nineteen Ninety-six. She had lost them all to aids. There can be no greater grief than that of a mother who loses her children, her innocence who diligently yet helplessly tends to them as they suffer and die. Your next her friends told her you need to be tested for HIV. But Connie was afraid afraid of what the test would reveal. This was before lifesaving medications for HIV. This was a time when a positive test meant you go home in wait to die. But now her husband was sick too. I'm not doing that test unless you do it with me he said, and so she went she was tested, and she was HIV positive. She was put on treatment. But but how to pay for it? It was so expensive. It was a choice between food and rent in life saving drugs. One day. She was in a market and saw people running to a stranger a foreigner. Calm calm. The woman. Call people gathered around her she had an amazing story to tell that story would change Connie's life forever..

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Be before ewing and save you a seat is important if you're going to ours that you do show up because two things we're going to have materials for you never going to be providing lunch and it's going to be of this pacific club the pacific club right here in honolulu and it's going to be from 830 to 330 and mark ramsey as the the coach will be teaching it and he is a 7th level business what does that mean adria means that his his team or his state business is able to fully function without him physically being there were any or having any kind of input with it yes what he's going to be teaching this course it actually goes for seven weeks but we're just inviting you through the first step of bold which is free and he is going to be teaching seven key he foundational pieces to improve your personal life and or your business regardless of what kind of business you have or what kind of personal life you have ooh who would want that i've got a kid you honolulu we vance right now i'd even authorize you to stop listening to the show and go do that laughter or if you're multitasking do both at the same time listen to the shore while you're registering for this event okay and get some quotes and they were gonna bring i now i think janice with her tap mckay so the first line is from from bill clinton clinton former president bill clinton if you live long enough you'll make mistakes loose but if you learn from them you'll be a better person is there you just get up in the morning you will make.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"And november 22nd 1993 is when they would end but that story about the excesses of a 14yearold boy in a tranquil enclave of suburban washington that story would not die it would haunt that boy forever it would stick in the imagination of one georgetown students who would later transform it into a horrifying bestselling novel and the film based on that novel would terrify generations of moviegoers convince they you or i at any time could be possessed by a demon and it all began with a boy known as robby july 2017 oh i'm hello is this robbie or rob yes are you the rob whose extra schism in 1949 was the basis for the movie the exorcist oh western half my name is some mark ramsey and i'm i'm i'm creating a a sevenpart podcast on the making of the movie the exorcist in your story is the foundation for that movie so i'd i'd really love to to talk with you for just a few minutes about your experiences back in 1949 would would would that be okay how about half are calling me again saturday january fifteen 1949 mount rainier maryland a pleasant treelined neighborhood of closepacked stucco homes news boys and pedestrians smiles and waves everyone knew the folks next door even the mayor new every resident by name there were no strangers there was nothing strange it began with a drip robbie and his grandmother heard it robbie was acquired boy a private boy not yet fourteen.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"Now that charlie stories coming to an end i'm sure many of you are thinking what comes next what are you listen to we're hear are three podcast that i think you'll just love if you need more about charlie manson the team over at the podcast real crime profile analyze manson and his crimes their point of view is really fascinating because real crime profile is hosted by a former fbi profiler a criminal behavioral analyst and the casting director of criminal minds they take their years of experience going through tough cases and apply it to charles manson was charlie born with darkness in his heart or did he become that way the team at real crime profile says the answer to that question is a bit more complicated than people think i don't want to give it all away but they're episode on charlie manson is live and ready for your ears next i recommend the vanished in each episode host marissa's jones covers the real stories of missing people in pieces together local cases one episode at a time she doesn't incredible job investigating each case interviewing the loved ones to build an unfortunate story it's so easy to get lost in a world of dramatization but when you hear these stories with real world consequences scarier than any dramatization could ever be but her entire podcast feed isn't just unsolved cases you'll notice episodes tagged with the word update were listeners and family members of the missing both find closure in finally if you're looking for something a little more supernatural something that all make your head twist there's inside the exorcist now this is a podcast that takes a deep dive into the film the exorcist deconstructing the films legend in uncovering details about the creation of the most iconic horror film of all time i couldn't stop listening to this one and mark ramsey does such a great job hosting it each episode is fully sound design so the experience feels more like you're watching.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

Inside The Exorcist

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

"From softer moments to to a louder moments in louder moments to softer moments i think to did i eat or just as a in a film um e e when you can't see what's happening with a dark room when you walk into a dark room that's scary because you can't see anything in there yeah while the audio equivalent to silence yep i mean is the dark room so we use that as often as we could and so it yeah i was thrilled the way you integrated all that now talk to me about the demon noises because these were i think uh i think a 100 percent you if i'm not mistaken well except for the so yeah there's basically two levels of of demons in this there was ones that were basically saying the words that you scripted and you you're saying as the narrator right so there were those iii minutes intention all right where your voice was kind of became the demon demon give me your name in so low key us on with rock jeez and then there was the other demon which was the fritz the first thing you here on the cassette tape right at the very beginning when when we go to the tape and then y you say it's the first wiesse says this is inside the exorcist wondering i mark ramsey and this is part set on the final chapter of any side so that was process would bunch of software um and basically there there's i don't wanna get too into the weeds but it's just software leads don't yeah yeah it software that enables you to kind of adjust couple of characteristics of vocal sounds basically you can adjust the gender within within ranges that gets very wonky in and chip monkey if you go to high and it gets to you know you had the one note you did have about deemed voices you didn't want that classic stereotypical deep voice crowley demon that was a big thing we talked about yes dan way debt every movie and tv show that shows an extra schism show someone possessed by a demon who sounds exactly the same and we wanted to avoid that yeah yeah.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

Inside The Exorcist

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist

"I am mark ramsey and this is a very special bonus episode of inside the exorcist i am really pleased to have with me my coconspirator as a coke collaborator is a collaborator what is a jeff ali conspirator better jeff schmidt he is the amazing and i truly mean that from the bottom of my little shrunken heart amazing audio designers sound designer who created all the audio magic the you hear on inside the exorcist it really is i think um one of the most impressive a feats i've ever heard in the space that was our aspiration and jeff i think you certainly achieve that while i'm extremely flattered and knowing your history and background in in the audio space that's at six extremely fluttering that that it came off that way for you i'm glad very happy with well a cool the purpose of this conversation is to kind of i guess tip our hand lou that and let people see kind of inside the factory at what went into making this series i gonna talk a little bit about kind of my conception far it originally how that evolved um um how you came into the picture and really the magic that you created which was really quite all your own independent of me um which is why i loved it so much today's episode of inside the exorcist is brought to you by shudder shudder is a premium streaming service it's home to the largest and fastest growing human curated selection of high quality spinetingling in provocative films tv series and originals premiering this week on shudder is black lake a new exclusive series remote and neglected the black lake ski resort has been closed for years after a family was found dead strangled johan invites his friends with the idea of reopening the resort but what about the thudding noise from the seller in why do they keep having nightmares of being strangled who can be trusted who will survive watch black lake a pulse pounding supernatural slasher mystery the eightpart series.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"An elaborate lie so i i don't i don't really should she care such a austin chills primarily he's sorry for himself have also wants to apologize sh should abandon his legal offence tell us the truce he's not crazy is he's just not cheese you know and evil person and he deserves to be in jail if he acknowledged that i mean we can start there but that this apology i mean i absolutely rejected the state has decided not to pursue the death penalty boston herald off has pleaded not guilty but his defence team has not yet given notice of an insanity defense we will have to wait until next year when this case is expected to go to trial to find out what will happen as we mentioned at the start of the show this is the last regular show the season of the year really we will be back on january 21st with season five but we hear at certain scale want to take a moment to wish you a wonderful holiday season and new year and most of all thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being fans of true crime podcasts such as this and listening and supporting us all year long pope and it's not just us from the vanished this is meriva from hollywood and crime this is tracy patent from inside the exorcist and inside psycho this is mark ramsey from turn crime historian this is richardo joan dislosed a true crime podcast it's lycee and emma hey this is esther from once upon a crime missing you a happy and safe new year from true crime island this is cambodia from accused this is amber hind for killer now fellow there's this carry pitcher mclane from the captain a nick of crew crime garage cheers disordered scale how you doing today.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"There was a vile hut breath in his face as life drained away he opened his eyes one final time bill brinkley had been deeply depressed his friend said depressed and terrified for a very long time brinkley had always been a writer before the books he worked for the washington post in 1949 he wrote the strangest story of his career at it was all true it was on the front page under the headline priest freeze mount rainier boy reported held in devils grip it was the most famous exorcist some case in american history he could never shake the things he heard and saw then there was no distance and time and space great enough to set him free that's when the nightmares began and november 22nd 1993 is when they would end but that story about the excesses of a 14yearold boy in a tranquil enclave of suburban washington that story would not die it would haunt that boy forever he would stick in the imagination of one georgetown students who would later transform it into a horrifying bestselling novel and the film based on that novel would terrify generations of moviegoers convince that you or i at any time could be possessed by a demon and it all began with a boy known as robby july 2017 hello is this robbie or rob are you the rob whose extra schism in 1949 was the basis for the movie the exorcist my name is some mark ramsey and i'm i'm i'm creating a a sevenpart podcast on the making of the movie the exorcist in your story is the foundation for that movie so i'd i'd really love to to talk with you for just a few minutes about your experience is back in 1949 would would would that be okay.

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"mark ramsey" Discussed on Locked Up Abroad

Locked Up Abroad

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"mark ramsey" Discussed on Locked Up Abroad

"But that story about the exercises among a 14yearold boy in a tranquil enclave of suburban washington that story would not die it would haunt that boy forever it would stick in the imagination of one georgetown students who would later transform it into a horrifying bestselling novel and the film based on that novel would terrified generations of moviegoers convince that you are i at any time could be possessed by a demon and it all began with a boy known as robby july 2017 i'm hello is this robbie or rob are you the rob whose excesses him in 1949 was the basis for the movie the exorcist my name is some mark ramsey and i'm i'm i'm creating a a sevenpart podcast on the making of the movie the exorcist in your story is the foundation for that movie so i'd i'd really love to to talk with you for just a few minutes about your experiences back in 1949 would would would that be okay kcna saturday january fifteen 1949 mount rainier maryland a pleasant treelined neighborhood of closepacked stucco homes use boys and pedestrians smiles and waves everyone knew the folks next door even the mayor new every resident by name there were no strangers there was nothing strange it began with a drip robbie and his grandmother heard it robbie was acquired boy a private boy not yet fourteen i checked the faucet in the kitchen grandma how 'bout you i check and went upstairs nothing robbie they follow the noise to grandmother's room above the ceiling in the walls hanging over her bed a painting of jesus as they approached they could see that they could see it move it was trembling shaking as if as if something was behind it throwing a fist against the wall.

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